Help on Data Protection > SnapshotIQ > Settings

The following information and controls appear on Data Protection > SnapshotIQ > Settings.

Snapshot Service
Determines whether snapshots can be generated.
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Disabling snapshot generation might cause some OneFS operations to fail. It is recommended that you do not disable this setting.

Auto-create Snapshots
Determines whether snapshots are automatically generated according to snapshot schedules.
Auto-delete Snapshots
Determines whether snapshots are automatically deleted according to their expiration dates.
Off
Disables snapshot generation.
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Disabling snapshot generation might cause some OneFS operations to fail. We recommend that you do not disable this setting.

Global Visibility & Accessibility
Determines whether snapshot directories are visible or accessible.
NFS Root Directory Accessible
Determines whether snapshot directories are accessible through NFS.
NFS Root Directory Visible
Determines whether snapshot directories are visible through NFS.
NFS Sub-directories Access
Determines whether snapshot subdirectories are accessible through NFS.
SMB Root Directory Accessible
Determines whether snapshot directories are accessible through SMB.
SMB Root Directory Visible
Determines whether snapshot directories are visible through SMB.
SMB Sub-directories Access
Determines whether snapshot subdirectories are accessible through SMB.
Local Root Directory Accessible
Determines whether snapshot directories are accessible through the local file system. You can access the local file system through an SSH connection or the local console.
Local Root Directory Visible
Determines whether snapshot directories are visible through the local file system. You can access the local file system through an SSH connection or the local console.
Local Sub-directories Access
Determines whether snapshot subdirectories are accessible through the local file system. You can access the local file system through an SSH connection or the local console.
Off
Makes snapshot directories globally inaccessible and invisible for all users.